Liens

TCes liens ont été choisis pour aider les membres de l’Institut à organiser et réaliser leur voyage en Grèce, mais beaucoup des sites mentionnés seront utiles à toute personne s’intéressant à l’héritage de la Grèce.

Des informations utiles sont fournies pour des voyages vers la Grèce et en Grèce, ainsi que des informations concernant les sites archéologiques, monuments et musées de Grèce. Pour ceux d’entre vous qui souhaitent passer un peu plus de temps dans le pays, il y a des liens vers des bourses pour étudier en Grèce, des informations sur les conditions relatives aux permis de séjours et des liens vers des cours de langue grecque, des matériaux d’information en grec et en anglais, et bien plus encore.

 

 

The CIG is one of seventeen institutions recognized by the Hellenic Ministry of Culture as a Foreign Archaeological School or Institute. These institutions are charged with primary responsibility for archaeological research in Greece carried out by their nationals.

The privileges extended to the Foreign Archaeological Schools/Institutes include the right to apply each year for permission to carry out excavations and archaeological field survey, for permission for members to study museum objects, and for passes allowing members free entry to all archaeological sites and museums in Greece.

The obligations of each Foreign Archaeological School/Institute include employing a Director and year-round staff in Greece, maintaining a library in Greece which is available for use also by Greek scholars and students, and the presentation and publication of the results of the institution’s research.

Residence Requirements

Any non-European Union citizen planning to stay within the Schengen area for more than 90 days will need to apply for a residence permit.

In law 3386 of 23 August 2005, the Greek government clarified the residence situation for members of Foreign Archaeological Schools and Institutes such as CIG. Thus, the application process for Canadian Institute members has now been simplified into a two-step process:

 

 

Athens: Bookshops for Classics-Archaeology

 

Athens: Greek language courses

 

Greece: Media
Greece: Cultural Information (in Greek)
Hellenic Ministry of Culture

The website of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture includes practical information such as opening hours for all archaeological sites, museums and monument throughout Greece. The Ministry’s General Directorate of Antiquities page includes links to all of the Archaeological Service’s regional authorities (ephoreias) as well as the major museums:

 

Private and Semi-Autonomous Museums

 

Research Foundations

The National Hellenic Research Foundation includes institutes focusing on Greece’s cultural heritage:

This page provides links to graduate courses related to Hellenic Studies and ancillary fields offered by CIG’s participating institutions.

University of Alberta: Department of History and Classics

University of British Columbia: Department of Classical, Near Eastern, and Religious Studies

Brock University: Department of Classics

University of Calgary: Department of Greek and Roman Studies

University of Manitoba: Department of Classics

University of New Brunswick: Department of Classics and Ancient History

  • M.A. in Classics (either literature-based or with a component in classical art and archaeology)

University of Ottawa: Department of Classics and Religious Studies

University of Toronto: Department of Classics

University of Victoria: Department of Greek and Roman Studies

University of Waterloo: Department of Classical Studies

Wilfrid Laurier University: Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies

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